About Us

Since 2018 Studio Lodha has been designing and creating homes for private clients at some of London’s finest residential addresses, including No.1 Grosvenor Square in Mayfair. Via an extensive network of suppliers, bespoke furniture makers and skilled artisans, the studio are able to deliver extraordinary residences to an exacting standard. 

Studio Lodha was founded by Creative Director Blandine de Navacelle, who remains deeply involved in each of the practice’s projects. Her highly-skilled team of senior architects and designers possess an in-depth knowledge of architecture and space-planning, which combined with an innate understanding of scale and proportion enables them to work expertly on a variety of residences; from large-scale period properties with original features to contemporary city penthouses with floor-to-ceiling windows. The design process is transparent and efficient, with Studio Lodha guiding clients each step of the way.

A Studio Lodha home is defined by a warm elegance that is sophisticated and inviting, but never intimidating. For each project the team conduct in-depth research, sourcing rare antiques and fine art to give each residence its own unique personality. Experts at bespoke design, Studio Lodha work with leading artisans to craft one-of-a-kind pieces for clients. 

Blandine notes that “the families I work with often spend a large amount of time travelling. It is incredibly helpful for them to know that someone safe and trusted is overseeing the design and fit-out of their new home. This process can be lengthy and time-consuming, particularly if managed from abroad. Studio Lodha makes sure everything runs smoothly, and clients know that we understand the level finish, quality and execution that they expect.”

Studio Lodha’s work is underpinned by the philosophy that a well-designed space has the power to transform the way people live, work, and interact, with the team striving to create designs that are both functional and beautiful. 

How would you describe your style?

"The Studio Lodha aesthetic is defined by touches of bold colour and luxurious textures, complimented by an eclectic mix of bespoke furniture, antique finds, and renowned designer brands. This approach ensures that each home is truly unique and reflects the individual’s personal style and taste, as well as meeting their lifestyle needs. Fine art often plays an important role in a Studio Lodha home, and the team are also known for framing unique objects or fabrics to use as works of art, from Chinese calligraphy brushes to heritage Hermès fabrics."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Studio Lodha offer art advisory and consultancy and has close relationships with many of Europe’s leading auction houses and galleries. Blandine has helped clients expand, curate and manage their personal collections, while also designing homes and spaces to showcase existing collections and prized pieces. 

Recently Studio Lodha completed a large Mayfair townhouse for a private client. This unique home formed the perfect backdrop for the large works of art that the studio sourced for the client. A large Julius Grunewald canvas adorns the open-plan living room, with the rest of the design complementing the deep red and mustard tones used in the piece. 

The scale and proportions of this home enabled Studio Lodha to create several different ‘zones’ within the property. Upstairs, the living space is light and bold, while a statement staircase with deep blue panelled walls signals the transition from day to night. Three oversized bedrooms on the lower floor feature a more muted palette flecked with gold tones and natural fabrics, promoting a sense of tranquillity, sanctuary and rest. The residence offers a perfect example of the studio’s ability to weave old and new; mixing bespoke pieces with antique treasures. Blandine’s expert touch at playing with colour, prints and texture is evidenced throughout; the private study features a rare woodland-inspired wallpaper complemented by warming orange and moss green accents."